Saluton from the Radaro Report!  This week Esperantists made a lot of interesting video interviews.  Lots of local gatherings are happening around the country.  We hope you enjoy this week’s Radaro Report.


NASK: ‎On August 15, Lee Miller‎ said in the Facebook group “Duolingo Esperanto Learners”, “The most likely dates for NASK 2020 will be: Arrival Sunday, June 28. Classes June 29 through July 3. Departure July 4. 5 days of classes at William Peace University in Raleigh, NC. Google says there are only 318 days left until June 28 next year…”

Esperanto USA shared this article (in Esperanto) by Wally DuTemple, about the Upcoming NOREK:

In English it reads: NOREK 2019 will occur in Sidney, BC, between September 27th and 29th.  It is necessary to book a minimum of two nights (27th and 28th). There are many possible places to stay in Sidney and Victoria.  Transportation from Victoria to Sidney by bus occurs hourly and takes about 40 minutes. 

There are many diverse possibilities for staying overnight, and free camping is available close to the congress meeting place. Read more details on the NOREK Facebook group page and convey your needs and intent to come to

Click to read this article in Esperanto at Esperanto-USA.

News Articles

News from Esperanto USA

Murray Merner writes a thoughtful article on sharing Esperanto with the people around you (prokimume):

E-USA “Ask Me Anything” with lots of interesting questions, eg. “Esperanto in public schools?”

An article from Esperanto-USA (in Esperanto) about the choosing of Montreal as the location for the next UK. 

Libera Folio article in Esperanto, interviewing Chuck Smith about Amikumu:


From Esperanto-USA

Intervjuo kun Fran

Intervjuo kun Gunnar

Intervjuo kun Imre

Intervjuo kun Ĵeremie

Intervjuo kun Kimo

Intervjuo kun Kristino

Intervjuo kun Matt

Intervjuo kun Roberto Nielsen

From Alex Vaugh Miller

Plupo kaj la Gruoj en Esperanto (La Plena Sonlibro)

Website of the Week

Verkoj is a website for authors, creators, and the people who enjoy their creations.  Curated by two Esperantists from Israel, Verkoj’s pri (about) section states:

“Multaj verkistoj kontribuis kaj konstante kontribuas al la Esperanta kulturo. Ili ne agas pro ekonomiaj konsideroj, sed male: kreado en Esperanto postulas, ke ili investu multe da tempo kaj rimedoj, kelkfoje eĉ fronte al indiferenta kaj nekomprenema ĉirkaŭaĵo. Ili agas nur pro la amo al la literaturo kaj al la lingvo, kaj sentas, ke ili plenumas gravegan taskon. Oni povas konsideri ilin naivuloj kaj nerealaj homoj, sed dum la tempopaso ili donacis al Esperanto veran, neatenditan trezoron – originalajn kaj riĉajn literaturon kaj poezion, kiuj havas memstaran valoron per si mem en la monda kulturo. Tiu ĉi retejo estas dediĉita al ili. Ĝia celo estas igi iliajn verkojn alireblaj al la vasta publiko.”

In English, this says, “Many authors contributed, and constantly contribute, to Esperanto culture. They don’t do it for economic reasons; but on the contrary, creating in Esperanto demands that they invest a lot of time and resources. Sometimes even confronting surroundings of indifference and an unwillingness to understand.. They act only out of love for literature and for the language, and feel that they are completing a very important task.  One can consider them naive and unrealistic people, but during the passage of time, they have given the Esperanto community a truly, unexpected treasure – original and rich literature and poetry, which has its own intrinsic value within the world culture, This website is dedicated to them. It’s aim is to make their works easily findable to the vast public.”

One of the coolest parts is their Esperanto graphics novel section. Check it out:

Local Group Events

Local Group Meetings with Distance Participation

Monthly Meeting of the Esperanto Society of the Triangle Next Meeting: Sunday, September 15, 2019 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM.  Visitors in person and via the web are welcome.  Contact Tim Gee (see below) for the Zoom access information.

Every 3rd Sunday of the month
To find us: Visit, call Tim Gee at 919 604 4259 or by email at

Local Group Meetings and Events


Denver: Next: Saturday, September 14, at 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM at Even Better Cafe 8450 E Iliff Ave #4 · Denver, CO.


Austin: Next meeting: Saturday, September 14, at 2:30-4:30 pm at Kerbey Lane Cafe 13435 Hwy 183 N Ste. 415 · Austin, TX. Local Group Meet-ups: 

Dallas:  Next meeting (every second Saturday): September 14, from 5:00 – 7:00 pm Central Market Cafe, 5750 E. Lovers Lane, Dallas, TX 75206.


Burlington: Saturday, September 14, from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM at Barnes and Noble Bookstore, Dorset Street, So. Burlington, VT.


Seattle: Next meeting: Saturday, September 7, 2019 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM at Fremont Baptist Church 717 N 36th St · Seattle, WA.


Donate to Esperanto-USA when you purchase through Amazon Smile ( and select ELNA (Esperanto League for North America, E-USA’s formal name) as the charity.

Esperanto Teacher Training In Poznan, Poland

Sponsored by ILEI (Internatinal League of Esperanto Instructors) in collaboration with 

One-year teacher training program leading to a diploma from ILEI.

This remote learning program requires two one-week sessions on campus at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland.

Full details (en Esperanto) are available on